I can answer questions about self-help books dealing with relationship problems, emotions, dealing with life's difficulties, etc.
I have read various self-help books.
This area is more about experience and what one has read versus formal education.
A mother of a shy child asked me to recommend Don't Call Me Shy: Preparing Shy Children for a Lifetime of Social Success by Laurie Adelman (I cannot personally recommend it because I have not read it yet).
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Holly, I cannot say I have read any books that directly match what you describe but I did some searching and found some options. I also included a few that I a familiar with that meet some of the criteria
Bosan, Sorry I do not know what language this is in and I was not able to figure out how to translate it. Following translations from translate.google.com Извини
Roberto, I have listened to the unabridged audio version of the book. I do not agree with everything in The Secret, but I think it has beneficial information and insights. I have heard that many people
Dear Joanne, no i have not read the book don't call me shy. i am glad to hear the book helped you relate better to your shy child. if you want to let other parents know about the book. go onto forums
Yitong Han, In regards to what job is suitable for you. What do you like to do? I know a therapist who says that what one liked to do as a child can be a good indication of what they like now. Do